Don Little, a stage name for Ghanaian actor Stephen Atanga, has expressed his hope that Jackie Appiah’s humble way of living will serve as an example for all of Ghana’s slay queens.
“I wish all the slay queens in Ghana will learn from her. You can’t take anything from her,” he said.
Don Little asserts that while most Ghanaians, including himself, like boasting about their possessions to others, the wealthy instead invest their time and efforts on securing additional real estate.
“I am in Ghana so I can only speak of Ghana. We the poor people in this country like to show off a lot. If a poor man in Ghana gets a small car, they will want to be seen everywhere with all the speed at which they drive and the loud music they play. But for the rich who drive the Range Rovers and Land Cruisers, you won’t even hear when they are coming. Their music is on the low because they are planning for their next business, how to make more money,” he said.
The actor claimed Jackie Appiah is extremely humble and courteous when speaking on the Judgement Day show of the Oman Channel.
He used Shatta Wale’s prior attack on the actress this year as an illustration, saying that despite all the money God has given her with, she continues to disregard individuals who criticize her harshly online.
“This woman is humble and respectful. I think she has received proper home training. Upon all her success have you heard her speak anyhow before? Shatta Wale came out to make a lot of unsubstantiated claims about her. But you never heard her respond. She is thinking rich and progressive and that is how every human should be,” he stated.